Full Mouth Rehabilitation
|Renewing Your Bite and Appearance
Prosthodontists are dentists who specialize in restorations for patients who have worn teeth, challenging bites, trauma, or need aesthetic/cosmetic dentistry. The extensive training in clinical dentistry, laboratory techniques, dental materials, and literature knowledge sets us apart from other Northwest Indiana dental practices. Michael Drone, DDS offers exceptional service and uses the most advanced dental technology for those in need of full mouth rehabilitation.
We believe that the result of full mouth rehabilitation is a work of art and science. Drone Prosthodontics works with gifted and talented laboratory dental technicians who are masters in their field to provide you with an outstanding result. Your customized treatment plan will revitalize your health, beauty, and the function of your mouth in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. We invite you to learn more about how full mouth rehabilitation can enhance your self-confidence and quality of life. Please contact Drone Prosthodontics today at 219-462-2564.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Consultation
If you are considering full mouth rehabilitation or think it may be the right choice to address your dental concerns, a consultation at Drone Prosthodontics is your first step. The comprehensive scope of the procedure requires a detailed team approach to successfully plan your treatment.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Benefits and Procedure
Full mouth rehabilitation treatment requires extensive dental work over multiple appointments. The objective of a full mouth rehabilitation plan is to optimize your personal and oral health and is a highly individualized treatment. It may be necessary to replace or restore every tooth in your mouth using a combination of specialized dental services provided by Drone Prosthodontics. To learn more about each dental service in full mouth rehabilitation please visit the following:
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Candidates
Ideal candidates need to be in good general health but have multiple missing or compromised teeth. Over time our teeth are subjected to intense biting forces, and they can become worn, cracked, decayed or damaged. The outcomes of full mouth rehabilitation are a stable and functional bite with an enhanced appearance in your smile. We invite you to learn more about full mouth rehabilitation by contacting Drone Prosthodontics today at (219) 250-1163.